Construction Site Manager

Swimsol GmbH
  • Wien 1040
  • Vollzeit
  • Berufserfahrung
  • 13.2.2018

In 2012, Swimsol developed the world's first marine-grade floating solar power platform for the sea. Our current main market consists of tropical island regions, where space on land is limited and solar irradiation is very high.
To support us in the worldwide implementation of rooftop and floating solar systems, we are hiring a:

Construction Site Manager

Your Responsibilities:

  • On-site project coordination and management, including "hands-on" work
  • Coordination of a multi-cultural project team
  • Keeping track of logistics
  • Support in the technical design of the solar systems
  • Technical documentation
  • If required, support for the research department, e.g. with the production of prototypes

Your Profile:

  • Completed technical education (HTL, TU, FH) and/or
  • 3-5 years' experience e.g. in (building) construction, plant engineering, energy or environmental engineering or implementation of solar systems
  • Experience with electrical engineering would be beneficial
  • Fluent in English, German is a plus
  • Optionally: basic knowledge of construction software like AutoCAD, SolidWorks, CATIA, etc.
  • Self-motivated, flexible and responsible
  • Team oriented
  • High willingness to travel
  • Experience with solar systems would be advantageous

We offer:

  • Exciting projects mainly in tropical island regions
  • Work in a multicultural environment with a great team
  • Training and learning possibilities
  • Permanent employment for 40 hours per week
  • Salary starting at EUR 33.600 gross per year, a higher salary is negotiable depending on expertise and skills

The position is open for employment as of today. If you're interested, please send your CV and cover letter (English or German) to

For further information please visit

Swimsol GmbH
Goldeggasse 2/3
1040 Wien

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Swimsol ist ein Startup Unternehmen mit zwölf MitarbeiterInnen. Wir entwickeln gemeinsam mit der TU Wien und Industriepartnern schwimmende Solaranlagen für tropische Inselregionen.

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